The first big betting sites have started to release their bets and odds for EPICENTER 2017. Not surprisingly, OG is the favorite to win. EPICENTER 2017 is one of the last tournaments happening before this year's TI7 in Dota 2, this means that we will get to see high class teams and their strategies. And anyone who wants to keep the tournament even more exciting can start by betting. More information about how betting on Dota 2 works here.
EPICENTER 2017 Betting Odds
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Bet365 has released three different kind of bets so far: to win outright, region of the winner and reach the final. This bets are quite easy to comprehend and we will give you a short introduction into each bet.
To Win Outright
In this bet you place your bets on the team who you think will end up winning. Naturally OG is the favorite for the EPICENTER 2017, after they managed to win the Kiev Major and their fourth Valve title. Nonetheless, this tournament is not as clear cut as it first seems. A new patch has hit that teams are still trying to figure and with other strong teams in the tournament the winner is not predetermined. And due to the format each team has basically two tournament lives.
Region Of Winner
Similar to the outright winner bet but also quite a bit easier, in this bet you only have to place your bet on the region which will end up winning the tournament. There are only 4 regions participating in EPICENTER, so the options are limited. Europe and CIS region is the favorite out of the 4, as they have the most and strongest teams with OG, Virtus.pro, Team Liquid, Team Secret and Natus Vincere. This means 5 out of 10 teams are hailing from this region.
Reach The Final
Here you can bet on two teams that reach the final. It doesn't matter if team A or team B ends up winning, this bet is just for reaching the finals. This enables you to win double if you are correct with both of your teams. On the other hand, if only one is correct you still win, albeit less than if both would've been correct.
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